Residents of the Cedar Mountain School District will be voting on a Bond Referendum on Tuesday. Cedar Mountain Superintendent Bob Tews says the funding would be used to update the district’s facilities in Morgan and Franklin, including extensive remodeling of the 1894 section of the Morgan campus. A total of $3.6-million of the $7.7-million referendum would go towards new contruction, including building new classrooms and a cafeteria. Other work includes replacing windows & heating systems, as well as masonry & roofing work. Superintendent Tews says that the tax impact on a $100,000 home in the Cedar Mountain district would be $34 per-year if the referendum is approved. The projects were chosen by a Facility Analysis Committee consisting of school board members, teachers, staff, and community members.